In this podcast series, we will meet educators around the globe to discuss various educational approaches and challenges that we face as an educator. An expert educator shares his/her insight and experience to help upcoming educators to progress in their career. This is a shared learning experience and we will like you to join this community to share your experience with other educators.
Technology, MedEd and COVID-19
In this podcast, we discuss the upsurge of the use of technology in Meded space during COVID-19 pandemic. Dr Eric Gantwerker from Chicago talks about the pros and cons of the different technological solutions emerged during this pandemic.
Social Determinants of Health in Medical Education
Understanding of social determinants of health is important not only for budding medical professionals but also for medical educators. In this podcast, Dr Mobola Campbell-Yesufu from Northwestern university talks about the need to include this topic in all medical curricula across the globe.
Anthropology to Explore the Culture in Medicine
Join Dr. Eve Purdy from Canada to learn how to dissect the culture of your working environment through the lens of Anthropology. In this podcast, she describes simulation as a means to create moments of cultural compression and how that can be beneficial to evaluate and thus potentially modify the culture of the place.
Mask Making & Professional Identity Formation
Professional identity formation (PIF) is a complex sociocultural process whereby medical students learn to think, feel, and act like physicians. In this podcast, Professor Mark Stephens from Pennsylvania helps us understand the concept of Professional identity formation (PIF) through the lens of mask making.
Translational Simulation on Steroids in COVID-19
Translational simulation in the context of pandemic refers to the subset, which is oftentimes but not always in-situ simulation activity. This is really targeting a particular service outcome and involves going through essentially a quality improvement cycle of studying it, planning, doing something, restudying it, acting on that.
COVID-19 pandemic offers a unique opportunity to simulation craft group to step up in order to implement urgent and high stakes change.
Join Professor Victoria Brazil in this podcast, where she discusses the complexities of translational simulation in COVID-19 pandemic.
Mentorship during COVID-19
COVID-19 has posed enormous challenges to the educator community. It's very important to maintain the mentor-mentee relationship during this pandemic. Dr. Ruth Gotian, Assistant Dean For Mentoring Academy at Weil Cornell medicine shares her tips on how to maintain and prosper this relationship in these difficult times.